S. Monster! #34 - boasting eye-poppingly colorful “kappa” cover art by ian coleman, our first issue of MONSTER! in about a year is yet another monstrously HUGE 370-page behemoth, cram-jammed from cover-to-cover with all manner of exotic creature feature loveliness! Articles this ish include in-depth coverage of Yōkai Monsters in folklore and cinema etc.
Monster! #34: Winter 2019 #ad - By jolyon yates and michael Hauss; Parts 4+5 of Stephen R. Other original artworks were contributed by BC Sterrett, Marcio Costa, and Denis St. Master monster-maker brett piper; daniel best's piece about the now-lost silent era australian spook shocker fisher's ghost 1924; the second and final part of “channel of darkness”, troy howarth’s second m! interview with up-’n’-coming young indie filmmaker joshua kennedy, david SHEER FILTH Flint’s article covering The Beeb’s gothic ghost stories for Christmas; the second instalment of Christos Mouroukis’ film-by-film overview of the GODZILLA movie series; plus “The House that Josh Built”, Stephen Jilks’ retrospective of BBC-TV’s 1970s horror programming including DOCTOR WHO and much more; “The Horror of the Unseen”, whose latest TLC production HOUSE OF THE GORGON co-starring Hammer glamour gals Veronica Carlson and Martine Beswicke! will be premiering at Monster Bash 2019.
John. Other writing contributors for m! #34 include: shamya dasgupta, Kinshuk Gaur, Dennis Capicik, Les Moore, Eric Messina, Martín Núñez, Tim Paxton, and Steve Fenton.
Monster! #33: Spring 2018CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - This inch-thick behemoth comes fully-loaded with a wide variety of articles and movie reviews on the zine's unifying theme: monsters! we've got daniel best's "the mummy in Australia", which covers the history of Universal's Imhotep / Kharis series Down Under; Dana Marie Andra's "Inside THE OUTER LIMITS: Interviews with OL Alumni Harlan Ellison & Robert Culp"; Stephen Jilks' "Channel of Darkness: DOCTOR WHO & the BBC's Gothic Horrors of the 1970s"; Stephen R.
Bissette's "anarchy & monsters: the brett piper interview parts 2 & 3 of 6"; dan ross' "national kid: the 'superman' of japan", mark nelson, including an interview with monster mag's dez skinn; neil d'silva's "lapachhapi: a real game-changer for indian horror cinema!" including an interview with its director vishal furia; and mike hauss' "keys to the House: Turning Experimentation into Expression!" an analysis of Nobuhiko Obayashi's unique 1977 Japanese horror-fantasy movie HAUSU; and Christos Mouroukis' "Return of My Monster Movie Marathon Diary: Godzilla A Go-Go!";plus oodles of creature feature reviews, Tim Paxton, Marcio Costa, detailed video availability information about the movies covered, Dennis Capicik, Jeff Goodhartz, Heather Paxton, a retrospective of the vintage tokusatsu superhero teleseries; John Harrison's "Monster Magazines That Time Forgot: Poster Mags", Les Moore, original art contributions, Mongo McGillicutty, Sebastien Godin, and all sorts of other ghoulish goodies besides! This ish's contributors also include: Alex Wald, Martin Nunez, Eric Messina, Andy Ross, and Steve Fenton.
Monster! #33: Spring 2018 #ad - Behold, monster! has risen from the grave to terrorize you anew! after more than a year hiatus, not unlike the eternal dracula, monster! is finally back with our bumper 33rd issue, the biggest one yet at 370 heavily-illustrated pages.
The Collected Pulp Horror: Volume OneIndependently published #ad - Interviews, articles and reviews on 50 years of classic horror fiction. A collection of the out-of-print first three issues of Pulp Horror, the fanzine dedicated to vintage horror fiction from pulps, magazines and paperbacks.
Grindhouse Purgatory #13Independently published #ad - Schow; plus: prison movies and the hey-day of VHS porn. In grindhouse purgatory #13 we continue to cover the strange, the unpleasant, and the seamier sides of pop culture. Rhonda talks to David J. And much more! This issue: gary kent remembers robert Dix; Pete Chiarella looks at the great double features rampant on 42nd Street; Dr.
Monster Maniacs issue oneIndependently published #ad - The fanzine devoted to vintage horror comics and magazines. 72 pages of full color. Interviews with bill van ryn of Video Drive In Asylum and Peter Normanton of From the Tomb. Lots of rare art from frazetta, Sanjulian, Neal Adams, Jack Davis and more. Articles on atlas pre-code horror comics, For Monsters Only magazine, National Lampoon's horror comics.
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Weng's Chop Cinema Megazine #12: Standard EditionIndependently published #ad - Bissette, travis goheen, richard glenn schmidt, thomas feeney, adam parker-edmondston, jason meredith, brian Harris, Ralph Mathieu, Tony Skowronski, Michael Hauss, Brennan Dortch, Jeff Goodhartz, Kris Gilpin, Niki Konstantinou, John Harrison, Vicki Love, Louis Paul, Lee Gambin, Mark Reynolds, Christos Mouroukis, Megh, Matthew St.
Cyr, rob talbot, tony Strauss, and Bennie Woodell. Standard edition – black-and-white interior the incredible cinema megazine returns for another genre- and century-spanning issue! over 200 pages of articles and reviews of crazy fun films to sate your weird and wild cinematic appetites! no hate-filled rants here--just recommendations from our passionate stable of movie geeks who live to track down all the weird, pimping godfrey ho, sin city horror fest 2018, forgotten and overlooked gems and tell you all about them! Whether your flavor is horror, action, exploitation, international weirdness or arthouse, Ingmar Bergman: Exploitation Trickster, there's something in here for you! -- INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Mermaids in the Movies, Greek VHS Mayhem, Neglected Movies Basement, Gene Simmons Exploitation Movies, Comic & old for you to discover! -- WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM: Michelle Alexander, Suffer Little Children & Graphic Novel Reviews, Killer Food in the Movies, 1972: Night of Fear, Interview with Georgina Spelvin, Hallmarks of Horror: '70s Ballyhoo, Trashy Turkish Treats, Jim Barker, Two Horror Gems from Giorgio Ferroni, The HBLB Paradox: Walkabout, Tonight on a Very Special Episode Book Preview, The Nutty Projector: Jerry Lewis Cinema Chain, A Fistful of Italian Westerns: The Twilight Years, obscure, Horrorant Film Festival 5, and tons of crazy movies new & Video Nasties Hysteria, Doug Brunell's Sinful Cinema Books, Daniel Best, Interview with Frank Henenlotter & Mike Diana, Invasion of the Silver AI, Stephen R.
Weng's Chop Cinema Megazine #12: Standard Edition #ad - Get your copy now and get your chop on!!! .
Weng's Chop #11.5: The 2018 Holiday Spooktacular: Standard B&W EditionIndependently published #ad - Cyr, tony strauss, chris weber, Rob Talbot, Scott Wachtler, Jolyon Yates . Grab yours now and gobble up some horrific holiday spirit! Lange, interview with actress Kasper Meltedhair, Interview with musician Fred Laird. Plus tons of great reviews for crazy holiday and horror movies! Contributors: Michelle Alexander, Stephen R.
Bissette, thomas feeney, lance catania, jacob gustafson, Kris Gilpin, Jeff Goodhartz, Michael Hauss, Brian Harris, Travis Goheen, Prashen H. Bissette's sketchbook, pixelated terrors: horror film video games, the art of the tapeheads: interview with patrick massobrio, geek Roundtable Tribute to Doctor Who, 2018 in the Indian Film Industry, Remembering Joe Deagnon, Top Trumps Horror Cards, Antonio Margheriti's GAMMA 1 Quadrilogy, Neglected Movies Basement, Steve's Video Store Holiday Traditions, Interview with THE DARK Director Justin P.
Weng's Chop #11.5: The 2018 Holiday Spooktacular: Standard B&W Edition #ad - Standard edition - b&w interior weng’s chop: the incredible cinema megazine returns with its fabulous 5th holiday spooktacular! this special digest issue features tons of articles and reviews just like every other issue of Weng's Chop, In Praise of BLOODLUST, The Night that THE NIGHT THAT PANICKED AMERICA Panicked No One, but is a horror-and-holiday-themed extravaganza! Articles include: Horror in the Italian West, Stephen R.
Kyawal, chris nersinger, tim paxton, adam parker-edmondston, Paul Risker, Vicki Love, David Piper-Balston, Evan Romero, Tim Merrill, Steven Ronquillo, Christos Mouroukis, Matthew St.
SteelBook Edition Blu-ray - MothraMill Creek Entertainment #ad - The overzealous expedition leader kidnaps the Shobijin to exhibit in a Tokyo stage show but soon they summon their protector, hatching the egg and releasing a giant caterpillar. When mothra arrives in japan and finally transforms into the ultimate beast, impervious to modern weapons, the nation and its people face their destruction.
Starring: frankie sakai, kyoto kagawa, Hiroshi Koizumi, Ken Uehara Special Features: Includes both the Japanese and U. S. Edits of the film contains feature-length commentary, trailers and photo gallery FIRST TIME AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY! Shrink-wrapped. Mightiest monster in all creation! from the creators of "godzilla" a sci-fi classic - the wildly colorful kaiju eiga monster movie, the supposedly deserted site of atomic bomb tests, MOTHRA! Following reports of human life on Infant Island, an international expedition to the heavily-radiated island discovers a native tribe and tiny twin female fairies called "Shobijin" who guard a sacred egg.
The Paperback Fanatic issue 43Independently published #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Gold medal special! 88 full-colour pages devoted to articles on the legendary publisher and its key authors. Pieces on classic noir authors Gil Brewer, Dan J Marlowe, John D MacDonald, Charles Williams. Plus in-depth reviews of Gold Medal classics such as Black Wings Has My Angel. With a stunning visual gallery of the paperback art of Robert McGinnis and rare illustrations from Men's Adventure Magazines for Gil Brewer stories.
125 colour illustrations of rare Gold Medal paperbacks and associated books and magazines.